Quietest Friend is a fuzzy, guitar-driven track that contains some heady stuff. The dynamic established between the emotive guitars, splashy drum line, and worldly vocals make Quietest Friend catchy as all get out. The shift in Quietest Friend’s instrumentation occurs at the two-minute mark. With the band slowing things down for a minute, the vocals are able to reinvigorate fans. The gradual chaos of the guitars and drums ebbs and flows until the band closes up shop. The track easily could have been released 20 years back and hung with the rest of the PtL disco, but there is a vibrancy here that portends good happenings as well.